On today’s show, Emily is talking about some oral expectations, from what to avoid saying in your relationship to actual oral sex tips – and she’s taking your calls.
When you think of the phrase “coming out” most people think about sexual orientation, but what if you were coming out about being non-monogamous?
How would you tell your family or friends? How would they react? These types of relationships are still largely misunderstood, so how could you pinpoint your decision?
Sex Coach Pam Costa shares her coming out experience in her Down to There blog…
I’m horrible with emotions and feelings–– I barely understand my own let alone someone else’s. Friendship, fun, and sex on the other hand, I’m damn good at. I love the thrill of meeting someone new, making new connections, and definitely those first few honeymoon weeks of naughty flirting.
That’s why I chose non-monogamy.
Couples everywhere have been haunted by images of what the traditional, monogamous relationship should look like. You know, boy meets girl, they fall in love, stay together forever and have babies; The End.
While this idea reflects the majority of relationships out there, it isn’t the only option. An alternative, known as an open relationship, has existed alongside monogamous relationships for quite some time now. Continue Reading